School of Education Graduation Celebration
Hunter College President Jennifer Raab addresses the School of Education Class of 2020!
School of Education Klara and Larry Silverstein Dean Michael Middleton addresses the Class of 2020, with special guest Senator Charles Schumer!
The School of Education Faculty and Staff Celebrate the Class of 2020!
President Jennifer J Raab, Dean Michael Middleton, together with faculty and staff, would like to congratulate you, the Class of 2020, on your graduation!
Hunter College Commencement Activities
As you may know, Hunter College will not hold its annual Spring Commencement. If you are graduating in the spring or summer semester, your name will be included in the Commencement Program that President Raab will send to you at the end of the month. Additionally, all eligible spring and summer graduates will also be invited to participate in Hunter College’s Winter Commencement ceremony in January 2021, and we hope to see you all there! Visit the Hunter Commencement page for more information.
School of Education SOE Celebration Week 2020
In lieu of an in-person ceremony at the end of this term, the School of Education will host an SOE Celebration Week from May 26-29.
Tuesday May 26 – Friday May 29
We invite you to participate in a week of social media celebration on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, where you will have the opportunity to share posts, memories, and shout outs to each other, faculty, and staff. Posts will be shared each day.
1. Submit Your Post via Our Submission Form
We will post directly to our accounts over the four days. We can also tag your personal account! Submit a post via our social media submission form.
2. Post on Your Personal Account and Tag Us
Or, we will re-share your post on our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages from May 26-29th. Keep in mind that your profile must be set to “public” in order for us to be able to share your post.
Guidelines to Keep in Mind
- The photo you submit/post should only include you. We can’t share or reshare photos that include other people’s visible faces without their consent.
- Photos must be clear. They can even be timely and include homemade haircuts, caps and gowns, work/school from home setups, Zoom backgrounds, etc.
Don’t forget to follow the School of Education!
Congratulations again, and we look forward to celebrating you!
The SOE Graduation Celebration Team